October 19th, 2004, 06:35 AM
My 13 year old cat is peeing on the brand new friggen carpet. The litter box got a little to full and she went on the carpet. Litter box is taken care of but now shes continuing to unrinate and defecate on the same area!!!!! I'm so bugged.
IS there any product on the market that someone has used and swears by, that will take away the smell so the cat won't 'go' on that place anymore?
I've found this website www.caturine.com (http://www.caturine.com), but I'm so leary of scams,.So, if anyone can recommend something it would be helpful.
October 19th, 2004, 06:47 AM
I have been going through this same problem except that kitty had a UTI and now he thinks it's okay to pee anywhere. I moved the box downstairs to a tiled floor and now I'm cleaning pee...actually I'm on a break right now...I'll be going back to it in a few minutes.
I found a wonderful product that is cheap ($8 for 16 oz) and works great. It's an enzymatic by October Sun. I can only find it at one store in the area, but there's a number on the bottle that you can call 1-866-500-7808.
It's an ezymatic stain and pet odor eliminator. It "Liquefies and digests organic waste through beneficial bacterial enzyme action. Eliminates old and new odors at their sorce. Product is safe to use around pets, humans, and environment. No harsh chemicals, cleans and deodorizes."
Basically it's a bacteria that you introduce and it eats up whatever smells. It works great!!! I hope you can find it because it's the only thing I've found that works. If you can't find it, look for an enzymatic. Don't buy those stupid cleaners that specify for pet odors and stuff because they just mask up the odors...to get rid of them permanently you have to use something that will eat up the smells...good luck!
October 19th, 2004, 07:59 AM
One of my cats wees everywhere - we call her 'Wee Cat' (sounds more like 'Weak At', honest ;) ) now - since she had a bout of cystitis. All we can do now is keep an eye on her and try not to let the curtains get on the floor...
Could you move the litter tray onto the spot to try and get her used to the box again, and then move it back in a day or so???
October 19th, 2004, 12:19 PM
Since the carpet is new, is there any chance that she is "marking" her territory?
Anyway, a friend of mine purchased a house years ago that was in the news because the lady there owned 40 cats. :shocked:
They of course went everywhere. They used Nature's Miracle top to bottom. When they were finished, you couldn't tell a cat had lived there.
It's about $10 for 32oz. where I live.